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Megan Fox defends her “1000%” belief in UFOs

Megan Fox defended her belief in UFOs and other paranormal phenomena in a MTV News interview yesterday.

Megan Fox making her case for UFOs. (Credit: MTV)

Megan Fox making her case for UFOs. (Credit: MTV)

Fox is promoting her new movie Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles which hits movie theaters today. She plays April O’Neil, a strong-willed reporter who is friends with the turtles. In the interview, MTV’s Josh Horowitz points out that, like her character in the movie, Fox also believes the paranormal.

Megan Fox on set in New York during the filming of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Megan Fox on set in New York during the filming of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Fox, knowing where he is headed, gets a kind of “OK. Let’s get this over with.” attitude with Horowitz, who clearly finds her beliefs amusing.

They begin talking about bigfoot, and Fox points out that science is making new discoveries all of the time. She says she doesn’t think it is too strange we have not found them yet, “because it is intelligent enough not to be found.”

Horowitz then asked her if she believed in UFOs. Fox replied, “Yes… yes 1000%.”

She asks rhetorically, “How can you not believe?”

Defending her belief in UFOs, she asks, “If they are a more advanced species, why would we be able to find them if they don’t want to be found?”

Horowitz argued, “It just seems like a convenient excuse is all I am saying.”

To which Fox responded, “But until we find things, they had been previous unfound, yet they still exist.”

Horowitz continued to ask her about the paranormal, and she said she did believe in all of it. She even went on to describe a ghostly encounter she had in Mexico.

Fox seemed to be a bit annoyed by Horowitz who kept laughing about her beliefs, demonstrating that even A-list actresses need to endure being made fun of in public when they share their paranormal perspectives.

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6 comments

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    Why did that host tell her there is no proof of UFOS when there is sooo much proof out there.. he needs to do his research more carefully..

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    If we are here, who’s to say there aren’t any other beings in the entire universe?

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    For those who don’t believe in UFO’s, try going outside more often and actually look in the skies, day or night. You might actually see something you can’t explain. Instead you’re all stuck on your devices and when you are outside, oh look, you’re still stuck on your devices and to destracted to see they are flying right over your heads. My friends and I have seen UFO’s at the same time. So you can laugh at Megan all you want but it’s no joke.

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    I think Megan Fox was pretty logical. I also think that some people disbelieve everything in order to be grouped together with people who are logical to some extent. I find it amusing that some people say that they don’t believe in UFO’s when obviously a UFO is simply an object which we haven’t identified yet.

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    Having seen a UFO myself, I will vouch for Megan Fox’s 1,000% belief.

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    Megan; Good on you girl. Most people have a veil over their minds when it comes to things outside their experience unfortunately. it doesn’t erase the fact that it’s still a reality. I know because I’ve been there myself.

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